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Preventing Youtube from banning IP Address

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Srikaanth, Jan 29, 2013.

  1. Srikaanth

    Srikaanth Junior Member

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    Hello everyone,

    I'm trying my luck in clickbank after getting banned by adsense:banned:
    I downloaded a review video and I'm going to upload it on youtube with a new account.
    I heard that YT will ban IP addresses if found spamming.
    How do I hide my IP address?
    I want to avoid using proxies as it is unsafe.
    Is there any other way?
     
  2. Srikaanth

    Srikaanth Junior Member

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    Guys, common...
    Anyone reply.
    I think I don't have a choice other than using proxies.
     
  3. Kn9Isler

    Kn9Isler Junior Member

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    use vpn or proxy, there is no other choice.
     
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  4. xSwag

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    Private proxies are the safest way to go.
     
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  5. AlinNae

    AlinNae BANNED BANNED

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    I don't know if its ok to answer this after 2 months but may help someone coming after us...like i did.
    If you don't want to use proxies maybe you can try going at a hotspot with free internet, or maybe a internetcaffe if some still exist, or maybe just a friends house.
    I said this because what i understood is that you need to hide your ip just to upload the video with the new account.
     
  6. ipowered

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    Google (who owns YouTube) is getting more and more aggressive about limiting spam and fraudulent accounts. Known proxy IP addresses are being flagged by Google, and so are posts that hide a client's IP address. As a result, it will be difficult to get around this in the future.
     
  7. mastervit

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    You may use VPS aswell .I can help You with this
     
  8. extremeboy

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    I highly recommend to use Dedicated Static Private Proxy and it will work for sure.Not crap public or pubic vpn worth for it.